Gia Volski, the first vice-speaker of the parliament says the opposition’s so-called blacklist has not got perspective to gain the profile of the international sanctions.
“The so-called blacklist has no future to gain the profile of the international sanctions. It is simply the lustration of this destructive force,” Volski said.
As the opposition says, the blacklist mainly focuses on three areas:
- politicians who have been exposed to the forgery of justice and to the use of it for political purposes;
- a judge, prosecutor or investigator who have been exposed to fraud, misconduct, and political use of justice;
- the list also includes victims of political persecution, blackmail and justice.